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Why is Bangs listed under love? I thought the song was supposed to be sung from the perspective of a really superficial person. The rest of the line "Once with a girls I fell in love some time ago" is "Now she had bangs!" He says he loved her but the first and only trait he mentions about her is her hair.

There's also "I'm only holding your hand so I can look at your bangs"

"Bangs Are that on which the world hangs" Going on about how important the appearance of her hair is. Saying it's the only thing that matters.

"And although I like you anyway, check out your haircut A proscenium to stage a face that needs no makeup" Dismissively says he likes her personality and then continues going on glorifying how amazing her physical traits are.

It's got the word "love" in it, that seems to be how theme pages operate here. - 17:22, 25 September 2007 (UTC)
"Love" is kind of a tricky subject. I had a similar objection to "I'm Your Boyfriend Now", as I thought that it was about infatuation, rather than love. But, oh well...--Duke33 17:04, 25 September 2007 (UTC)

You are all reading too much into this. A "love song" doesn't necessarily have to be about the purest form of love, there can be twists and variations. "Bangs" is definitely a love song. --Oddjob 18:43, 25 September 2007 (UTC)